Wake Forest’s Dave Cohen was in early to Buford High School in Georgia this morning and it was to offer a couple of 2019 players a scholarship to be a Demon Deacon.
Wake Forest offers 2019 6'6 DE Ahmad Craig pic.twitter.com/dgDnXuZ88c— BUFORD PROSPECTS (@BufordProspects) May 2, 2017
Quite frankly there isn’t a lot out there on defensive end Ahmad Craig. It appears that he is listed as a defensive end/tight end player, and there is a play below where he shows good explosiveness off the line (against an admittedly flat-footed left tackle) to make the sack.
He doesn’t have a 247Sports or a Rivals page set up, so I can’t see his other offers. It seems we are on him very early, and as we get closer to 2019 the picture will become clearer.
Wake Forest also offered 2019 offensive lineman Harry Miller, who is a touted offensive lineman out of Buford.
He does have a recruiting profile set up, and it shows that he has been offered by Virginia Tech and Toledo already. He is listed as an offensive tackle by 247 Sports.
The 6-4, 310 sophomore (good lord) has made waves at the camps that he has been invited to. He made the All Camp Team at the Atlanta MVP Camp earlier this month.
You can see him pancaking and blocking much smaller high school athletes in the highlight video below:
This is definitely the type of player that we want to be early on at Wake Forest, as he looks prime to blow up and get a lot of top notch offers moving forward. He has visited Clemson, Georgia, and UNC already, and is getting looks from all the big-name programs.
It sounds like he thoroughly enjoyed the Clemson visit and may be waiting on an offer there. He will be one of the top offensive linemen in the 2019 recruiting class once they start getting slotted in.